This Simple Hack from Japan Will Save Your Wet Books

It doesn't involve heat or cold air.
by Mara Agner   |  Oct 5, 2016
Image: Haluka Nohana
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We found the solution to saving wet books and it's all thanks to Haluka Nohana. She's a Japanese artist, author, and illustrator of children's books who shared this simple hack accompanied by her kawaii illustrations on her Twitter account, @nohana_haluka. (via BoredPanda.com)

Step 1: Insert bond paper in between the wet pages.

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Step 2: Put something heavy on top of it, like a stack of books.

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Step 3: Replace the pieces of paper from time to time until it absorbs all the liquid from the pages.


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Now you won't have to buy a new one or deal with the dried up warped books!

REAX!
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